The Nebraska women's basketball team picked up a commitment from a 6-foot-3 forward Wednesday night.
Annika Stewart, who is set to begin her senior year at Wayzata High School in Plymouth, Minnesota, announced her decision to join Amy Williams' program via Twitter.
— Annika Stewart (@annistewart21) August 1, 2019
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Stewart has played at Wayzata for two seasons after her family moved from Minot, North Dakota.
The Huskers will be getting a versatile forward who not only has a strong post game, but can also shoot three-pointers. Stewart averaged 10 points per game as a sophomore, and 12.2 points as a junior. She scored 15 or more points eight times last season.
NU coach Amy Williams, who is entering her third season with the Huskers, has made a recruiting impact in Minnesota. Sam Haiby, who had a strong freshman season, is from Moorhead, Minnesota, and sophomore Kayla Mershon is from Chanhassen, Minnesota.